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Moto G9 Review and Launch Date

Moto G9 Review! For a long time, the Moto G series has always been the foundation of Motorola’s portfolio in India, helping the company reclaims its place in the budget market. However, in recent years, this series has been overtaken by Motorola’s One Series, and the most recent versions have not been particularly successful. Motorola has introduced the Moto G9 to India in order to reintroduce the Moto G series to the Indian market.

Moto G9 has made its first appearance in India. The smartphone, which is manufactured by Lenovo, was said to be custom-designed for the nation. This even needs users to understand that now the G9 is entirely manufactured in India. Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 microprocessor, 48MP triple rear cameras, 8MP front camera, 5000mAh storage with 20W supercharger, and a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen are all included in the smartphone.

Moto G9 Review

Design and Display

Moto G9 does have the same 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen as its predecessor, with a pixel resolution of 269 pixels per inch. Colors and picture quality appear to be acceptable. Whenever it relates to illumination, though, the display falls short, particularly when it is used outside. The adjustable illumination is harsh, and let’s just state that because it has to be brilliant, it isn’t. Although HD+ screens have become more and more common in the under 12K price range, there will still be a few full HD+ alternatives available in the under 15K range.

A 3.5mm headphone socket is on the front, while a USB-C port is on the base. Forest Green and Sapphire Blue are the two colours available for the gadget. The glossy blue backside attracts dust and fingerprints quickly. Aside than just that, it’s quite straightforward. Only a quad – camera cell and the round fingerprint scanner can be located on the back. So was able to just get the fingerprint sensor to function, but not the facial recognition. The error code “only half face recognized” was constantly displayed. ¯ Finally, on the aesthetic department, the G9 promises to be moisture repellant, but the small print makes it clear that the smartphone isn’t truly water-resistant.

Moto G9 Detailed Review and Launch Date

Moto G9 Software and Performance

Moto G9 runs a stock-looking version of Android 10 with a few additional features. Moto movements include twisting to switch on the camera, shaking to switch on the brightness, and the handy peek screen, among others. In comparison to other heavier coverings, Motorola’s android version keeps the vanilla appearance because it is less invasive. The G9 is equipped with an 11nm-based Snapdragon 662 CPU, something Motorola believes is a step forward from Snapdragon 665. Qualcomm unveiled that silicon in the start of 2020, with a growing emphasis countries like as India. It was among the first ships to be outfitted with Indian Constellation Navigation (NavIC).

The remaining is very comparable to the Snapdragon 665 on the G8. Also included is just the same 4GB+ 64GB SKU. Yes, if the internal memory is inadequate, users can use the composite card slot to extend it by up to 512GB.

Moto G9 Camera

Moto G9 has an 8MP front camera and a triple camera arrangement on the backside. A main 48MP sensor is accompanied by a 2MP depth camera and a 2MP macro device as the predecessors. Pixel down sampling is used by the primary panorama mode to produce 12MP images. However, there really is no ultra – wide – angle camera. For even the most part, the portrait method worked well. Cut – outs option, Spot colour, Graphing methods, Live Filtering, Panoramic, and remarkably strong Infrared Night are all available via whacks and touches on the cameras UI. On the camera side, users can capture 1080p at 30fps from both the front and back. Moto does include celebration techniques like slo-mo photography and time lapse video in this video as well.

Moto G9 Battery and Storage

The phone comes with 64 GB of internal inbuilt storage up to 512 GB via a microsd card. It has a non-removable 5000mAh capacity and enables 20 W patented rapid charging. The device, according to the manufacturer, may last up to two days on a single battery charge.

Moto G9 Configuration

Motorola Moto G9 is equipped by a 2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 CPU with 4 GB of RAM and runs Android 10. The phone is equipped with 64 GB of internal inbuilt storage up to 512 GB via a micro sd card.

Moto G9 Detailed Review and Launch Date

Moto G9 Review Specifications

General

ModelMotorola Moto G9 ( India)
StatusAvailable
Released DateAugust 31, 2020

Camera

Rear Camera48 MP +2 MP + 2 MP
Video 1080P @ 30/60fps
Flash LED,Panorama, HDR
Front Camera8 MP
Image2160p

Display

TypeIPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen
TouchYes
Size6.5inch 720 X 1600 pixels
PPI269 PPI
Display Color16 M Colors

Design

TypeBar
Dimensions165.2 X 75.7 X9.2 mm
Weight200 gms
WaterproofWater repellant coating

Hardware

RAM4GB
Internal Storage64 GB
Memory card slotmicroSDXC
SensorsFingerprint, Accelerometer,Gyro, Proximity
GPUAdreno 610
CPUOcta-core

Software

Operating SystemAndroid 10
User InterfaceYes

Connectivity

GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS
NFCYes
Headphone JackYes
Wireless ChargingNo
Wi-Fi802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
USB2.0, Type C 1.0

Battery

CapacityLi-PO 5000mAh+ Fast Charging 20 W
PlacementNon- Removable

Extras

Video PlaybackYes
Video CutYes
FM RadioUnspecified
Ring TonesYes
LoudspeakerYes
HandsfreeYes
4G LTELTE
5G NR BandsNo

Verdict

In India, the Moto G9 begins at Rs. 11,499 and goes up from there. At that cost, users receive android Version, a minimalist appearance, a suspiciously similar CPU, a reasonable storage arrangement, and plenty of battery performance. It’s capable of handling most routine work and even recreational sports. So, if you’re looking for a sleek and uncomplicated cellphone interface, users will be pleased with the what Moto would have to provide.

If users are a player, somebody who enjoys feature-rich applications, or a spec-nerd, though, there are certainly much better smartphones on the marketplace.

Moto G9 Review(Pros and Cons)

Pros

  • Software that is easy to use and understand
  • Design with a minimum of elements
  • Photos taken in the natural light and dazzling night vision
  • Battery life is extended.

Cons

  • Display with a low resolution
  • The camera’s exposure handling is unreliable.
  • A mediocre performance

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